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Old July 24, 2018   #16
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I’m catching on. If the mother was YB and it selfed, the seedlings would be PL.
Didn’t think of that. Thanks for the tip.
I picked the OJ as the mother because I figured the fruit to get the f1 seeds would ripen at least a week or two than YB.
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Old August 27, 2018   #17
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Brief Update (Orange Jazz x Yellow Brandywine F1):

4 plants in the ground for about 3 weeks now.
2 have flowers about to open.
If they can open in the next week and get pollinated, I think I should be well ahead of cold weather and get fruit. Plus they are in my high tunnel for a bit more control.
Stay tuned.
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Old August 27, 2018   #18
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Good Luck!!!! I have some F-2's started now and hope to harvest seeds to get a jump on next season.
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